- The function shall include, but may not be limited to the following, which may be revised from time to time as indicated by changes in operational requirements
- The Electrical & Instrument Technician is responsible for carrying out maintenance of the facility’s electrical, instrument and communications system and associated equipment with minimal environmental impact in accordance with legislation, class, flag and the Facility Management System.
- Carry out maintenance and repair work, shutdowns, isolations and planned maintenance
- Be familiar with the facilities electrical and instrument equipment, their safe operation and maintenance and will ensure that he has knowledge of safety requirements, including work permit systems, operational and emergency procedures, Company policy and instructions
- Ensure that all information entered in logs, reports, maintenance records and FMS is accurate and conforms to the Facility Management System
- Liaise with Materials Coordinator for stores and spare gear and monitor consumption
- Perform gas tests and isolations as per permit to work and safe entry permits.
- Supervise and support contractor’s activities onboard and ensure work is carried out in a safe and efficient manner and in compliance with Facility Management System
- Ensure CFT tests are carried out as per FMS requirements
- Ensure PLC data is updated and where necessary back up files are made and stored as required. Manage software changes under control of the Engineering Change Request.
- Maintain all electrical and instrument equipment within all applicable codes, regulations and standards. Maintain rating of all electrical hazardous area equipment
- May be required to deputise for the Maintenance Supervisor if the Maintenance Supervisor is absent from the facility
- Be aware of and uphold company policy regarding “Health, Safety and Environment” and “Environmental Protection Policy
- Liaise with Maintenances Supervisor E&I Supervisor, Production Supervisor and Operations Supervisor on day to day maintenance activities.
Qualification and Experience
- Experience in the maintenance and operation of electrical, electronic and instrumentation equipment onboard an FPSO, similar facility or in hydrocarbons processing industry.
- Experience with electrical generation plants and hazardous area’s with electrical equipments.
- Experience with Safety Management Systems and computerised Planned Maintenance Systems preferred
- Electrical/Electronics/Instrumentation Certification or other formal trade qualifications
- Offshore Survival, Fire Fighting and First Aid Certificates
- Good personal and interpersonal skills, fluency in English and culturally aware with experience of working with multicultural workforce preferred
- Preferred hazardous area electrical trained.